Ever so slowly, the EUR-AUD is in the process of building a bottom pattern on its daily chart. After making an all time low at 1.2131, the price formed what appeared to be small rounded bottom, followed by a fast move to 1.2616. With more price history since, now a possible Cup with Handle formation is taking shape.
For this patter to become official, the EUR-AUD must advance above the high of 1.2616. It is not only a resistance here, but crossing this level would also complete the Cup with Handle pattern. At this point, the EUR-AUD would be officially, from a technical perspective, in an uptrend, with a target of around 1.2950 or so.
Rebounding from a steep correction, the CAD-CHF returned to its prior high for the trend at 0.9400. Couple of weeks ago, the price found support at the 50% Fibonacci retracement level or 0.8934. This confirmed the bullish sentiment, in particular when combined with rising volatility, as shown by the ATR.
Now the CAD must close above the 0.94 handle, in order to continue its rise. The ADX is rising, supporting a trend gaining momentum, and the price is above all important support levels. However, breaking key levels is not always easy, so we must on careful of potential fake breakout. The CAD-CHF is likely to attempt a move soon, perhaps even today.
All of the Japanese Yen pairs have been advancing strongly for several months now and the NZD-JPY is no exception. Here the price gained over 1100 pips, reaching as high as 68.32. At this point, however, this pair went through its first significant correction of the uptrend and dropped to 65.31, before recovering to the 68.33 on Wednesday.
For the rally to continue, the NZD-JPY must close above this level on daily basis, which could prove difficult. The RSI developed a divergence, suggesting that the trend is not as strong. Another indicator, the ADX is in concurrence, having gone flat and not rising any longer. All this points towards a continuation period in the NZD-JPY, even if the general sentiment is still bullish.